What’s On this weekend in Melbourne’s Indian community


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What’s Happening This Week!

Movies in Melbourne this weekend

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Tara Mira

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Hindi play: Sarhadein
Sat 12 Oct (4.00 pm – 7.00 pm) Natyadarpan Theatre Academy and Oorja Foundation present their high-impact play Sarhadein written by Asghar Wajahat and directed by Mandar Vaidya, based on the commonality of human bonds despite religious and ideological differences. Venue: Chandler Community Centre, Isaac Road, Keysborough
Details 0430 666 898

Spoken word poetry
Fri 18 Oct (6:00 pm – 8:00 pm) Indian-origin poet and performer Manisha Anjali presents along with Neika Lehman,  Sumudu Samarawickrama , Manisha Anjali, Abdulrahman Hammoud, Piri Altraide and Khalid Warsame in ON POWER | WITH GREAT POWER     Venue: Schoolhouse Studios, 81 Rupert St, Collingwood.
Details 03 9188 3681

Atul Khatri – Live in Australia
Sat 2 Nov (7.00 pm) Meet Atul Khatri, one of the best stand-up comedians in India and a Mumbai based businessman who decided to do stand-up comedy. Venue: Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne, VIC


Hindustani Classical Vocal
Fri 11 Oct (7.00 pm onwards) Mumbai-based Nirali Kartik presents. Kew Courthouse, 188 High Street, Kew. Details www.mhcs.org


Dusherra Festival
Sun 13 Oct (11.00 am – 8.30 pm) Sri Durga Temple, 705-715 Neale Rd W, Deanside. Details 03 9747 1628

Diwali at Fed Square
Sat 19 Oct (11:00 am – 10:00 pm) Celebrate India presents Diwali 2019 at Fed Square (Swanston St and Flinders St). Details www.celebrateindia.org.au

Diwali Festival at Dandenong
Sat 19 Oct (10.00 am – 4.00 pm) Foodie Trails presents Diwali at Dandenong Markets, cnr Clow St and Cleeland St, Dandenong. Details 03 9701 3850

AIII Diwali Mela
Sun 20 Oct (11:30 am – 9:00 pm) Springers Leisure Centre, 400 Cheltenham Rd, Keysborough. Details www.aiii.org.au

Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550 th birth anniversary
Tue 12 Nov For the first time this year, Sikhism’s 550th anniversary will be marked across Melbourne thanks to a Victorian Government initiative, in which major monuments will be lit up on 12 November in the faith’s saffron colour, including Bolte Bridge, the Arts Centre, Melbourne Museum and AAMI Stadium.
Other events include:
 The Humanity Walk in the Melbourne CBD, with 20,000 Victorians expected to attend
• Geelong’s Humanity Walk, with participants walking from Rippleside Park to Steampacket Gardens
• The Multicultural Community Parade to be held in Bendigo on 27 October
• The Guru Nanak Sikh Society Shepparton for celebrations running from 8 to 13 November
• Punjabi Sath Melbourne, which will run the Guru Nanak Birthday Literary Function
• The Travels and Teachings of Guru Nanak Art Exhibition at RMIT University


Open Day: Waratah Special Developmental School
17 Oct (11:00 am – 1:00 pm) Waratah SDS is located 10km to the north east of Melbourne. The school caters for students who have intellectual disabilites and has a strong focus on developing their communication skills, socialisation and personal care skills. We work with families to develop individualised programs for reading and writing.  All are welcome to our Open Day.
Venue: 228 Banksia St, Bellfield, VIC 3081

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